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cosas que han salido nuevas en el shot show 2014

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>> No. 2801
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Remington R51 Sub-Compact pistol was designed as a modern version of Remington’s original Model 51. Originally designed in 1915 by John Pedersen, the Model 51 was considered ahead of its time, and soon became one of Gen. George Patton’s personal sidearms during WWII.

While designing the new R51 Sub-Compact, Remington aimed to modernize Pedersen’s design to work with 9mm Luger and .40 S&W cartridges. They also wanted to maintain the personality, shooting characteristics and size of the original Model 51.

Enter the R51 Sub-Compact—a modern, concealable pistol with the ability to handle +P factory ammunition. The R51 uses a hammer-fired, Pedersen action with a locked breech and fixed 416 stainless steel barrel. It also features drift-adjustable sights and an aluminum frame with 25 lines-per-inch checkering on the front grip strap.

An ambidextrous magazine release allows left- and right-handed shooters to eject the flush-fitting, seven-round magazines—two of which come standard with the pistol.

Additional versions of the R51 Sub-Compact line will include one with a built-in Crimson Trace Laserguard, as well as another model with a threaded barrel for suppressor attachment.

The standard Remington R51 Sub-Compact will be available Feb. 1, 2014 at a price of $389.

>> No. 2803
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Glock 41 & 42 Pistols

The Glock 41 Gen4 is actually a brand-new model chambered in .45 ACP. It’s built with a G34 slide width on a G21 Gen4 frame, saving 1.5 ounces over a standard G21 Gen4. It all boils down to a new Practical/Tactical model in .45, much like the Glock Model 34 and 35 (9mm and .40 S&W respectively). The benefits of the legacy Practical/Tactical models will carry over to the new G41, such as a maximized sight radius, improved weight distribution and a refined balance.

One of the added benefits of a slimmer slide mounted on a G21 Gen4 frame is the shelf created in and around the takedown lever. This shelf serves as a great spot to place your support-hand thumb to gain greater leverage and control over the pistol during rapid-fire strings. Glocks are one of the few pistols available with this feature.

“The longer barrel and slide on the G41 Gen4 helps to reduce muzzle flip and felt recoil, while the longer sight radius makes the pistol more accurate for competition or duty use,” says Glock Vice President Josh Dorsey. “This pistol is ideally suited for tactical use, both on and off the range.”

As with all Gen4 Glock pistols, the G41 comes with all the standard features common on other Generation 4 pistols, such as the modular backstrap design, the Gen4’s excellent rough texture frame and a dual recoil spring assembly.


Many of you had your sights set on Glock announcing a single-stack 9mm in 2014. Me too. It’s not the end of the world though, as there’s always a possibility that pistol (and others) could be coming down the road. The G42 is a great step in that direction and there are plenty of benefits to a carrying a backup.380, especially as one as compact as the Glock 42

The new G42 takes the cake for Glocks smallest pistol to date. The G42 is still classic Glock design though, albeit a scaled down version of its larger brethren. It maintains all of the same great attributes Glock is known for, such as: simplicity, natural grip-angle, low bore-axis, intuitively placed controls, and reliability. One feature of particular note retained from the originals is the Glock Safe Action System trigger. This new pistol maintains the same trigger consistency, pull weight and safety features found in the models you’re already familiar with.

The slim design of the G42 fits the hands of any shooter; specifically it gives those with smaller hands a comfortable option like they’ve never seen before. Most compact pistols have been shunned because they’re too small and are not comfortable to shoot. The new G42 won’t share that reputation. It doesn’t feel like you’re grasping the pistol with only two fingers, and thanks to an integral beavertail, the backstrap and slide won’t feel as though they’ll dig into your hand each time the pistol cycles. Another benefit of the beavertail is that it helps set your grip from the draw, allowing for consistent firing-hand placement each time you draw the pistol. Most of the shooting/carrying population will feel as though they have full control of this pistol, especially under recoil. All of this translates into a very dependable package.

If you’re in the market for a compact .380 pistol for deep concealment or an option for a carry backup or a backup to the backup, the new G42 deserves a hard look.

For more information about the G42, check out the February 2014 issue of Guns & Ammo magazine. But for now, check out G&A’s exclusive photos and video of the Glock 41 and Glock 42

>> No. 2804
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Kel-Tec RDB Bullpup Rifle

The new Kel-Tec RDB bullpup rifle is essentially the same weapon system as the original Kel-Tec RFB, except the new RDB is chambered in .223/5.56, whereas the RFB is chambered in 7.62x51mm.

Kel-Tec’s RDB comes with a 17.5-inch barrel with 1-in-7 twist, and operates with an adjustable short-stroke gas piston.

It also features a polymer Picatinny rail on top and bottom of the bullpup chassis. The RDB weighs 7-pounds, accepts standard AR-15 magazines and ejects empty casings out the bottom of the action.

The Kel-Tec RDB bullpup rifle will be available in the fourth quarter of 2014 for $2,000.

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Kimber Advanced Tactical SOC Rifle

Brand new for 2014, the Kimber Advanced Tactical SOC (Special Operations Capable) rifle combines the long-range accuracy with the tactical features we’ve come to expect from a distance rifle.

The Advanced Tactical SOC is available in both .308 Win. and .300 Win. Mag. chamberings, and feeds from a 5-round magazine (included), or an accessory 10-round magazine.

To achieve optimal performance, the Kimber Advanced Tactical SOC’s barrel and chamber is machined to match grade dimensions, while a Surefire muzzle brake enables the quick attachment of suppressors.

One of the most appealing features of the new Kimber rifle is the free-floating Keymod rail system for attachment of accessories at several positions. The rifle also features a proprietary aluminum side-folding stock with comb height and length of pull adjustments.

Available within the next two weeks, Kimber’s Advanced Tactical SOC comes to market for $4,099 and up.

>> No. 2806
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Krebs Custom KV-13

Krebs Custom 4-Prong Flash suppressor, Krebs Custom UFM “Key-Mod” Rail Fore-End, Krebs Custom Enhanced Safety, “SAW” grip, Krebs Custom rear sight with AR-15 rear sight parts and Rapidex windage knob, and a custom rear sight base with provision for “gross” windage adjustment, Krebs Custom buttstock adapter, ACE folding stock mechanism, & Magpul CTR collapsing buttstock. The latest design from Krebs Custom.

Caliber: 5.45x39mm
System of Operation: Gas
Cyclic Rate: Semiautomatic
Barrel: 16"
Weight: 8Lbs
Overall Length 25.75 / 38"
Magazine: 30rd

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Developed specifically for personal protection detail, the IC PDW carbine uses a 7.75-inch 5.56x45mm barrel mounted to a forged upper receiver. Combine the short barrel with its proprietary collapsible stock, and the IC PDW is an excellent choice for a concealable rifle.

It also offers fully ambidextrous lower receiver controls for left- and right- handed shooters.

The LWRC IC PDW carbine is available now for $2,500.

>> No. 2808
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SIG Sauer 556xi

SIG Sauer’s new rifle runs on a 3-position adjustable piston-driven system, allowing operators to tune the action for optimal function with suppressors, or during extended shooting sessions.

The 556xi is friendly to left- and right-handed shooters, with ambidextrous controls and a reciprocating side-charging handle that attaches to either side of the rifle in seconds.

SIG’s new rifle platform can also adapt to fit many shooting applications. Quickly convert between 5.56x45mm, 300 Blackout and 7.62x39mm by swapping out a few parts on the same serialized receiver.

Available in the first quarter of 2014, the SIG Sauer 556xi rifle comes to market at $1500 to $1,600.

>> No. 2809
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New for 2014, CZ USA introduces the CZ P09 FDE.

The new P09 FDE is essentially the same pistol as the P09 Duty, except the P09 FDE comes with a Flat Dark Earth (FDE) frame and night sights. The FDE model is also available with a threaded barrel for suppressor attachment.

The CZ P09 FDE comes in both 9mm Luger and .40 S&W, and is available now for $510 to $596.

>> No. 2810
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Taurus Revolver

Based on the popular Taurus Model 85, the View is a different approach to revolvers. It gets its name from the Lexan sideplate attached to the right side of the frame, which is the first noticeable difference when comparing the View with any other small-frame revolver.

“I think people are interested in how a firearm works,” said Mark Kresser, president and CEO of Taurus Holdings. “This sideplate gives them a better understanding of what they’re carrying.”

It also forces Taurus to manufacture the best-quality product, because any flaw in the intricate organization of small parts is now visible.

Though the concept may appear straightforward, it was quite an accomplishment for Taurus to engineer a sideplate design that wouldn’t eventually display spiderweb cracking during the course of its use. Various polymer formulas were developed and tested until a reliable solution was found.

New to the View is the contoured grip and grip frame that won’t print inside of performance clothing like most traditional carry guns will. If you look closely, you’ll find that Taurus has incorporated a unique curvature and subtle cant to the grip’s shape while keeping the thickness of the revolver minimal.

“If a watch were flat and square,” said Kresser, “you wouldn’t wear it. We put a little bit of bend in the frame where we could to give it a more practical contour for carry.”

The cylinder and barrel are manufactured from titanium, which is known for its lightweight strength. The short, stainless steel ejector rod is long enough to dump spent cases and sturdy enough to be struck against a solid object to eject a stubborn spent case.

You might be surprised at how accurate the View really is. Using standard loads from Hornady and Winchester, I enjoy printing two- to three-inch groups out to 10 yards while standing and slowly drawing the 10-pound trigger. Though 
appropriately heavy for defensive purposes, the smooth stacking of weight during each trigger pull lets off crisply when the hammer drops. The nonadjustable sights are perfectly aligned for point-of-aim/point-of-impact shooting at close range and aid in consistent results, though the View only utilizes a snubnose barrel.

Because the grip is reduced in size, most will feel this .38 has some bite. However, its shape sets back into your palm, preventing the revolver’s muzzle from kicking too high for you to recover, and the triggerguard is nicely arched in such a manner that it doesn’t wear a sore on your middle-finger’s joint. It’s as comfortable and manageable to shoot as any lightweight, snubnose .38 revolver could be.

The View is built to carry every day. Contoured, reliable and light, it will serve to overcome the urge one may have to make an excuse to walk out the door unprotected.

>> No. 2811
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Springfield Armory 9mm XD-S 4.0

The Springfield Armory 9mm XD-S 4.0″ was announced at the 2014 SHOT Show as the newest addition to Springfield’s line of XD-S pistols.

The 4.0″ includes all the features we’ve become familiar with in the original XD-S 3.3″ platform—the only major difference being a 4-inch barrel, compared to the 3.3-inch found on other XD-S pistols.

Initially offered in 9mm, the 4.0″ uses the same 7- and 9-round magazines as the 3.3″ models. It also uses the same ambidextrous magazine release, accessory rail, fiber optic front sight and interchangeable backstraps as the original XD-S.

The new 4.0″ comes outfitted with Springfield’s post-recall grip safety upgrade, which includes a visible roll pin in the grip safety assembly.

Available in early 2014, the 9mm XD-S 4.0″ comes packed in a hard plastic carrying case with a 7- and 9-round magazine, paddle holster and magazine pouch, additional backstrap and fiber optic sight inserts and an action lock.

The 9mm XD-S 4.0″ with black melonite finish comes to market at $599.

>> No. 2812
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SIG Sauer P320

The new SIG Sauer P320 represents the latest in striker-fired pistol technology.

Developed primarily with duty purposes in mind, the P320 was designed as a service pistol to fit three major needs of law enforcement:

Must fit the hands of many different operators.
Trigger with a short pull and reset.
Ability to disassemble without tools or manipulating the trigger.

The SIG P320 meets and exceeds those needs, and is expected to become a primary carry pistol for law enforcement and civilians alike.
The P320 will be initially available in 9mm, .357 SIG and .40 S&W, with a .45 ACP model arriving later in 2014.
Available after Q1 of 2014, the SIG Sauer P320 will retail for a price of $713.

>> No. 2813
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Remington's Black Belt Duty Ammo

The Black Belt bullet, which was designed utilizing the FBI's barrier test protocol, features an hourglass shape and MechaniLokt belt that locks the core and jacket together. This technology produces "controlled expansion and penetration with high weight retention for optimized terminal performance," according to a Remington release.

Remington added spiral nose cuts and a hollow-point cavity to the bullets for more predictable and reliable terminal performance through barriers such as wall board or heavy fabrics. The lead core of the bullet is mechanically locked to the rear of the bullet, which prevents jacket/core separation within the barriers, according to the company.

The Golden Saber Black Belt ammunition features flash suppressed propellant and primers for minimal muzzle flash and nickel plated shell cases.

>> No. 2814
  RIP cartridge

The G2R website explains the R.I.P. acts like a full metal jacket when it impacts solid objects: “It is capable of going through barriers such as sheet rock, plywood, sheet metal or glass and still performs its original intent. The bullet shreds through solid objects and only then, expands its energy.”

“This bullet is designed to take out all your vital organs…inferior bullets won’t be a problem anymore,” Brown said. The company president stressed prevention of law enforcement injuries was a primary focus for the round designers.

“The R.I.P. will not defeat level 3A body armor, that was one of our main goals when designing this bullet,” Brown said.

The company’s site adds that G2R has tested the new round with numerous fully automatic and semi automatic firearms, as well as rifles. They claim to have zero failures when testing most well known firearms on the market including Sig, Glock, Beretta, Springfield, FN, Taurus, Walther, Khar, S&W and many others.

Expanding bullets are illegal in some areas, such as New Jersey, unless they are driven directly from the place of purchase to the home or to the range. However, most states allow expanding bullets for use in self defense.

>> No. 2815
Ese sentido cuando nogunz. Yo no le quiero dar mis huellas digitales a la policia de PR y mucho menos pedir permiso para ejercer mis derechos. Cambio a la ley de arms cuando?

>> No. 2818
cuando el gobierno sea pnp otra vez. y cuidao por que viste lo que nos hizo river schatz la ultima vez. he cockblock us.

>> No. 2819
Para que quieres cambio, si el cambio probablemente sean aun mas restricciones?

>> No. 2821
To buy list.. Pero despues de 6 meses por si QC de remington hace de las suyas nuevamente y los primeros sean solo para algun defecto.

Yo tu lo hago ahora. No valla a ser que Phatia y sus monigotes hagan una nueva ley mas restrictiva y cara. Mira la evaluación psicológica que le quieren empujar. Cuanto aumentaria el costo de sacar la licencia si eso es aprobado?

Lo de las huella creo que la Policia se queda con ellas 2 semanas o 2 meses nada mas. Como quiera no tienen personal capacitado para levantarlas de una escena. Y el cuartel a mi me las cogio 2 tipas de la inter que estaban haciendo la practica. Imagínate que bien salieron.

>> No. 2824
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Arsenal .22 LR Knife Gun

Arsenal had this knife gun on display at SHOT Show. The .22 LR revolver is hidden inside the knife grip. Actuating a lever that extends out of the grip fires a round. Because the trigger-lever is forward of the chamber/cylinder, this is technically a bullpup revolver. It is considered an AOW (All Other Weapon) because it is a gun concealed inside another object.

A cleverly placed needle-like spike insures you don’t accidentally place your finger over the barrel.

The price: a mere $4,000 + $200 NFA tax.

>> No. 2825
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M249 SAW 10/22 Kit and Hypergat Trigger System

While I was browsing I stumbled upon a booth from Flashco who were showing off their new M249 SAW conversion kit for the Ruger 10/22. It’s made of both metal and polymer materials and weights in at 12 pounds, it also comes with a collapsible stock and bipod. The booth rep claimed it took no more than 30 minutes to drop in your 10/22 rifle. It retails at $599.95, a bit more than buying an M249 airsoft donor rifle and custom making one yourself.

Their M249 SAW kit also comes with another product they produce, called the Hypergat trigger system, which is also sold separately at $49.95. It’s pretty much a rapid fire trigger attachment that’s powered with the guns recoil, or externally with a drill from what I can gather. I’m honestly still a bit confused with exactly how it functions, the few videos I was able to find about them were a bit vague (see below). Anyone ever use one of these? Hypergat claims their trigger attachment will allow the shooter to fire their gun at between 600 to 1000 rpm and is ATF legal. Checkout their website at Hypergat.net for more info.

>> No. 2827
Eso no viola la ley HIPAA? Lo de la evaluacion psych?

>> No. 2828
No, porque si lo aprueban probablemente te hagan firmar "Anon-kun le quieres dar a acceso al gobierno sobre esta info" y asi no la estarian violando. Obviamente si no le das la info, no tendrian porque darte la licencia.

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